- Client (developer machine):
Windows XP SP2 (spanish)
Dreamwever 8.0.1 (spanish)
- Test server:
Windows 2003 Server (English)
Coldfusion 7.0.1 updated (English)
This is the way:
We create a new document in DW, Dynamic->Coldfusion, with
HTML4 Transitional DTD, UTF-8 encoding by default, Unicode fonts
selected at Edit-Preferences-Fonts.
We put some text in the body (ññ ?¿ ?¿
áéíóú), saving it as .cfm file in a
network share, directly published at
The encoding doesn´t work!!! we only take a lot of "A^
?? E^", etc.
Now: We open the .cfm file with Notepad and save it
(selecting UTF-8 in Save As...) without any change as the same
file.cfm, try again
http://server/file.cfm and it
The same file.cfm renamed as file.htm works fine too.
I´m a little bit desesperated, Maybe DW puts a shadow
header in the file? Where can i change that?
We have Similar troubles with an XML file some days ago, but
the resolution was easyest, because that was only 1 file, but we
works on several .cfm projects, and that way (open Notepad and save
each file) is amazing.